Keeping of Pigs
No person may keep pigs in a manner that is likely to cause a nuisance or create a danger to human or animal health.
Any pig deemed by an authorised Council Officer to be causing a nuisance or creating a danger to human or animal health may be impounded. The owner of the animal will incur an infringement fee as well as any costs associated with the care of the animal during the time of its impoundment.
No person shall keep any pigs within 20 metres of a residential dwelling.
No person shall allow any pigsty and associated tanks, drains and other areas to remain in an offensive state likely to cause a nuisance.
Feeding sites for pigs must be kept clean and clear of any excess foodstuffs.
Slaughter of Animals
No person shall slaughter any livestock within 20 metres of a neighbouring dwelling. This clause does not apply to a registered abattoir.